"Happy Valley" has Al Pacino and John Carroll Lynch attached to star as disgraced football coaches Joe Paterno and Jerry Sandusky
The prolific director's new film "Manglehorn" has earned strong reviews at Venice and Toronto
"The studios don't make movies about people," says the director of "Wag the Dog" and now "The Humbling"
With the performances he's gotten this year from Pacino, as well as from Nicolas Cage in "Joe," director David Gordon Green becomes the go-to sponsor...
The network orders the put pilot legal drama based off the identically titled 1997 Warner Bros. film with casting unannounced
Smart and provocative, this portrait of the true-life figure behind "Dog Day Afternoon" dazzlingly punctures its subject's delusions
The Fall's biggest festival will premiere new movies from Jason Reitman, Jon Stewart, Noah Baumbach, Barry Levinson and Antoine Fuqua
Off-Broadway production marks indie star's stage debut
Ed Pressman is developing a feature adaptation of Ted Scofield's upcoming novel
Veteran character actor also appeared in "Seinfeld" and many movies, including "Scent of a Woman" and "Independence Day"
The "Frances Ha" star will write and produce the series
Franco and collaborator Travis Mathews use the controversial 1980 thriller as a prism for examining explicit gay imagery and an actor's journey
Documentary about casting directors is one of 151 films trying to get voters' attention by the end of the week
"That was the greatest entrance I've ever seen," says man who's seen a lot
June 2014 tribute will air on TNT, the network founded by Fonda's ex-husband, Ted Turner
Philip Martin is directing the heist film, which co-stars Tye Sheridan
Holly Hunter will co-star in David Gordon Green's drama, which will be financed and produced by Worldview
The Cuesta-directed project is one of three movies that Schiff has just signed on to
The film is inspired by 40 minutes of sexually explicit footage rumored to have been cut from "Cruising"
Actress turned to crowdfunding to raise money for her cancer treatments
"It's a good day to be me," star says
Spinoff isn't a done deal, but Gilligan and writer Peter Gould are nailing down the possibilities
History shows that trophies tend to go to actors that play real people in the Miniseries or Movie category
The "American Horror Story: Asylum" star on playing an innocent young nun who turns evil when she's possessed by the devil
Dan Fogelman's directorial debut co-stars Bobby Cannavale, Jennifer Garner and Michael Caine
Dan Fogelman ("Crazy, Stupid, Love") writes and directs the drama inspired by the life of 70s rocker Danny Collins
During a candid conversation about his new memoir, the director of "The French Connection" recounts past conflicts with Al Pacino and Gene Hackman during filming.
As one half of duo of "Siskel and Ebert," he popularized a "two thumbs up" system of reviewing
Al Pacino's "Phill Spector" draws 1 million total viewers across two airings
The writer-director-playwright calls his new HBO film "a fable" that focuses on Helen Mirren's lawyer character, not Al Pacino's Spector